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A Ph.D. Seminar on Effective Literature Review in Support of Information Systems Research - Part 1/5

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Published on Sep 27, 2011

PART 1: In this introductory doctoral seminar a review of the systematic approach to effective literature search and review in support of Information Systems (IS) research. We will start by reviewing the common pitfalls novice researchers do when conducting literature search in support of a proposed idea for research. You will learn how to avoid such pitfalls and use various approaches in support of valid research-worthy idea. A discussion is provided on the approach of keywords search and its limitations, while learning to overcome these limitations by using the backward and forward literature search techniques. You will also learn techniques to identify high quality peer-reviewed Information Systems (IS) research articles, while learning to locate seminal and foundational theories that guide IS research. The session concludes with a review of the homework and leads on time saving tips, if you wish to do so...
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This lecture is based on the article written by Dr. Yair Levy and Dr. Tim Ellis:
Levy, Y., & Ellis, T. J. (2006). A systems approach to conduct an effective literature review in support of information systems research. Informing Science Journal, 9, 181-212. http://inform.nu/Articles/Vol9/V9p181...
***This paper was the recipient of The Best Paper Award ***
http://scis.nova.edu/~levyy/InSITE_Be...

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